Shakedown Street-> Minglewood Blues-> It Must Have Been The Roses, Little Red Rooster, Althea, Me & My Uncle-> Mexicali Blues, Good Time Blues, Cumberland Blues-> Looks Like Rain-> Might As Well
Women Are Smarter, High Time, Estimated Prophet-> He's Gone-> Drums-> Blues For Allah Jam-> The Wheel-> Sugar Magnolia-> Stella Blue-> Good Lovin', E:Sunshine Daydream-> E: Brokedown Palace
-- Set 2 disc change is seamless
-- Tape flip in High Time
-- Blues For Allah theme during Space
-- Tape runs out towards end of Brokedown Palace
-- One minute of dead air removed to fit first set onto one disc
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
LineageDat (Sony R500) -> Samplitude Professional v10.22 -> Cool Edit Pro v2.0 -> FLAC
October 7, 2017 Subject:
Blues For Allah
As Pierre1959 Pointed Out. The Blues For Allah Theme In Space. A Heartfelt Tribute To The President Of Egypt, Anwar Sadat. Along With King Hussein Of Jordan And Our Own Jimmy Carter, To This Date, 36 Years Later. Possibly Our Best Chance For Peace In The Middle East. Let's Not Forget Their Efforts. To All Our Middle Eastern Brothers And Sisters. Moslem, Christian Or Any Creed They And We May Hold True. Peace And Love In These Trying Times.
December 31, 2015 Subject:
Probably Best Show of Rainbow Run
lovely second set; creative and energetic... going through this Rainbow run and this show the best so far. Happy New Year w/ more Grateful Dead music
October 21, 2015 Subject:
October 6, 2015 Subject:
Great sound, good show.
Listening because its today in GD history. The sound is nice and clear. But Jerry is too low in the mix, IMO. His voice is nice and in your face but his guitar needs to be there also.
Reading the reviews for the other copies, I appreciate that there is no hiss in this version.
September 11, 2015 Subject:
I so enjoy High Time. One of the more rare songs that is played with consistency. Almost half of it's playings occured in 1969 and 1970. What happened in mid-July of 1970 that led to a 6 year hiatus and at whose suggestion was it brought back in 1976 with those haunting Donna backing vocals? Perhaps it was simply a tough harmony.
Once it made the comeback it is played, rarely but consistently to the end, so you were really lucky to hear it live.
April 6, 2014 Subject:
This He's gone was for Anwar Sadat, the president of Egypt who was assassinated (along with many other people by his own troops while watching a military parade) shortly before this show. His wife was instrumental in getting the Dead permission to play at the Pyramids in 1978. Perhaps the Blues For Allah theme in space is a tribute to his Arabic heritage as well, I like to think so. Really good show, one of the best of the tour.
November 2, 2012 Subject:
Post drums is great
The Entire show is fire (as was much of oct 81' Europe tour) but the post drums is really worth a listen.
The way they break up Sugar Mags and the Stella Blue starts off mellow but really picks up steam in the final jam with a big triumphant climax, too bad they don't really transition it well into Good Lovin', but both songs still kill.
Nice to hear some quality 81' Dead. High energy and still killing it.
May 29, 2011 Subject:
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